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FROM THE LIBRARY OF 
REV. LOUIS FITZGERALD BENSON, D. D. 

BEQUEATHED BY HIM TO 

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M^mns of 
Worship anb Service 



JFor the Sunbas School 




"Hew lorft 
Gbe Century do. 

1911 



£ 



IN addition to the tunes which have been 
copyrighted separately, this volume contains 
many arrangements which are covered by the 
general copyright of the book and must not be 
used without special permission. 

Copyright, 1908, by The Century Co. 



publishers' IRote 



This book has been prepared solely to meet the needs of the Sunday-school, 
but when the music of the Sunday-school and that of other religious services 
will coincide, it may be used elsewhere. The book is based upon the recog- 
nition of worship as a vital element in religious education, of music as a means 
of self-expression which is a fundamental principle in education, and upon the 
conviction that only that which is worthy to endure in music and hymnology is 
fitted to be the medium of expression of the faith, the love, the purpose and 
the experiences of the unfolding life of childhood and youth. Special care has 
been taken in the selection and arrangement of the hymns. Except in the 
case of a few standard hymns which are universally sung and into the thought 
of which many grow early in life, hymns or stanzas which express only the 
adult experience have been omitted, as also have hymns which refer to occasions 
outside the sphere of Sunday-school services. Based upon the vision and the 
experiences of youth, the book will be found rich in hymns of praise, hymns 
of the spiritual awakening and the developing life, hymns of service for 
others, and hymns of the heroic life in its twofold aspect of resistance and 
struggle for righteousness. 

A new feature of this book, and one which will commend it to many Sunday- 
schools, is the section devoted to Selections for the Sunday-School Choir. 

The element of worship has been recognized, and to this end a section has 
been added containing music and scripture arranged for liturgical use, a gen- 
eral order for Sunday-school worship, and several services topically arranged 
for special occasions. 

The thanks of the publishers are due to the following persons who have 
assisted in the preparation of this book : the Rev. Milton S. Littlefield, 
Frank E. A. Stoney, M. D., H. Augustine Smith, the Rev. Frank S. Hunnewell 
and Alexander S. Gibson. 

THE CENTURY CO. 

New York City, September, 1908. 

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Contents 



NO. OF HYMN 

I. God the Father 1-63 

The Beginning of Worship . 1-10 

The Lord's Day 11-15 

Praise 16-29 

God in His World 30-40 

God in our Hearts 41-45 

The Word of God 46-51 

The Closing of Worship .... 52-63 

II. The Son of God 64-125 

His Birth and Childhood. . . 64-83 

His Life of Service 84-91 

His Passion and Death .... 92-98 

His Resurrection and Reign 99-1 10 

His Presence and Care. . . 111-125 



[II. 



The Children of God . 


126-246 


The Spiritual Awakening 


126-139 


The Call of the Christ... 


126-130 


The Response 


131-139 


The Unfolding Life .... 


140-173 


Prayer and Aspiration. . 


140-159 


Love and Obedience 


160-165 


Trust and Confidence . . . 


166-173 



NO. OF HYMN 

The Children of God. — Con. 

The Heroic Life 174-199 

Temptation and 

Self-control 174-178 

Courage and Loyalty. . . 179-199 

The Life of Service 200-236 

Fellowship and 

Intercession 200-204 

Service for Others 205-227 

Missions 228-236 

The Life Eternal 237-246 

IV. Times and Seasons 247-274 

National 247-254 

The New Year 255-257 

Harvest and Thanksgiving. 258-264 

Nature 265-274 



VI. 



Selections for the Sun- 
day School Choir. .. 



275-295 



Forms and Services. .... 
General Order of Worship, 
Services for Special 
Occasions, Chants and 
Responses. 



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Abide with me 53 

Again returns the day of holy rest 12 

A glory gilds the sacred page 48 

All glory, laud and honor. See Glory 

praise and honor 92 

All hail the power of Jesus' name 109 

All is bright and cheerful round us ... . 268 

All my heart this night rejoices 285 

All things bright and beautiful 272 

An angel he floateth the heavens along. 292 

Ancient of days 6 

Angels from the realms of glory 80 

Angel voices ever singing 4 

Around the throne of God in heaven. . . 244 

Art thou weary, art thou languid 130 

As the sun doth daily rise 40 

As with gladness men of old 83 

Awake my soul, stretch every nerve . . . 195 

Away in a manger 72 

Believe not those who say 175 

Behold, thy King draws near the city. 279 

Beneath the cross of Jesus 98 

Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine 167 

Blest be the tie that binds 201 

Book of grace, and book of glory 50 

Break, Thou, the bread of life 149 

Brightly gleams our banner Ill 

Bringing in the sheaves. See Sowing 

in the morning 207 

Child Jesus comes from heavenly height 283 

Children of the heavenly King 10 

Christian, dost thou see them 184 

Christian, seek not yet repose 177 

Christian, work for Jesus 212 

Christ for the world, we sing 235 

Christ the Lord is risen today 100 

Come, children, lift your voices 261 

Come, let us all unite and sing 20 

Come, my soul, thou must be waking . . 5 

Come, Thou almighty King 9 



HYMN 

Come unto me, ye weary. . . 129 

Come, ye thankful people, come 258 

Consider the lilies, how stately they. . . 266 

Courage, brother, do not stumble 179 

Crown Him with many crowns 102 

Dare to be brave, dare to be true 191 

Day by day we magnify Thee 22 

Dear Jesus, ever at my side 122 

Dear Lord, who once upon the lake ... 91 

Dismiss me not Thy service, Lord 208 

Eternal Father, strong to save 204 

Every morning mercies new 18 

Fairest Lord Jesus 273 

Faint not, fear not, God is near thee . . 291 

Faith of our fathers, living still 138 

Far out on the desolate billow 35 

Father, hear the prayer we offer 178 

Father, hear Thy little children 156 

Father, lead me day by day 150 

Father, let me dedicate . , 256 

Father, let Thy kingdom come 202 

Father, to Thee we look in all our 172 

Fight the good fight, with all thy might 192 

Fill Thou my life, O Lord 23 

Fling out the banner 234 

For all the saints who from their labors 239 

For the beauty of the earth 21 

Forward be our watchword 180 

Fountain of good, to own Thy love .... 223 

From Greenland's icy mountains 231 

Galilee, bright Galilee 89 

Give, thou, thy youth to God 128 

Glory and praise and honor. See All 

glory, laud and honor 92 

God be with you till we meet again, ... 6*3 

God bless our native land 249 

God hath sent his angels 106 

God is love, by Him upholden 31 



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God of our Fathers, Whose almighty. . . 250 

God's trumpet wakes the slumbering. . 187 

God that madest earth and heaven . . . . 54 

God who made the earth, the air 33 

God will take care of you , 117 

Go forward, Christian soldier 188 

Go labor on, spend and be spent. , . . . . 211 

Golden harps are sounding 103 

Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah 41 

Hail the day that sees Him rise 101 

Hail to the Lord's anointed 125 

Hark, hark, my soul 237 

Hark, hark, my soul (Roe) 282 

Hark, the herald angels sing . . . 66 

Hark! the sound of holy voices 241 

Hark, the voice of Jesus calling 205 

Hark, what mean those holy voices. . , . 67 

He leadeth me 123 

Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty. . 2 

Holy night, peaceful night 78 

Holy Spirit, hear us 43 

Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove 44 

Holy Spirit, Truth divine 42 

Hosanna we sing, like the children dear 26 

How blest was that life 124 

How firm a foundation 36 

How strong and sweet my Father's . . . 151 

Hushed was the evening hymn 157 



I am trusting Thee, Lord Jesus 

I do not ask, O Lord, that life ..... 
I hear a voice, 'tis soft and sweet . . . 

I lay my sins on Jesus „ 

I live for those who love me 

I look to Thee in every need 

I love to hear the story 

I love to tell the story 

I'm not ashamed to own my Lord. . . 

In heavenly love abiding 

In the cross of Christ I glory. 

In the hour of trial 

I ought to love my Saviour 

It came upon the midnight clear 

I think when I read that sweet story 

It may not be our lot to wield 

I've found a friend 

I was a wandering sheep , 



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HYMN 

Jesus calls us o'er the tumult 127 

Jesus Christ is risen today 99 

Jesus, holy Child divine 154 

Jesus, lover of my soul 143 

Jesus, Master, whom I serve 147 

Jesus, Saviour, pilot me 118 

Jesus, we love to meet, on this 13 

Just as I am, without one plea 135 



Lamb of God, I look to Thee 

Lamp of our feet, whereby we trace . . . 

Lead, kindly light 

Lead me, O my Saviour, lead me. . . . 

Lead on, O King eternal 

Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us 

Let us, brothers, let us gladly 

Lift up, lift up your voices now 

Long ago the lilies faded 

Looking upward every day 

Lord, as to Thy dear cross we flee 

Lord, as we Thy name profess 

Lord dismiss us with thy blessing 

Lord, for tomorrow and its needs 

Lord, from far-severed climes we come. 

Lord Jesus, I long to be perfectly 

Lord of the living harvest 

Lord, Thy word abideth 

Love divine, all loves excelling 

Love thyself last 



March on, O soul, with strength 

March, onward, march onward, our. . . , 
March on, march on, ye soldiers true.. , 

Master, no offering 

Mine eyes have seen the glory 

My country, 'tis of thee 

My faith looks up to Thee , 

My God, I thank Thee who hast made. 
My soul be on thy guard 



Nearer, my God, to Thee 

Now a new year opens 

Now sing we a song for the harvest. 
Now the day is over 



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Jerusalem the golden 242 

Jerusalem the golden (La Jeune) 277 



O beautiful Tor spacious skies 247 

O brother man, fold to thy heart 217 

O Christ the Way, the Truth, the Life. . 152 

O come, all ye faithful 65 



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O come, O come, Emmanuel 64 

O day of rest and gladness 14. 

Oft in danger, oft in woe 193 

O God, beneath Thy guiding hand. .... 254 

O God of God, O Light of Light 286 

O God of mercy, God of might 220 

O God, our help in ages past 37 

O holy Lord, content to fill 90 

O Jesus, I have promised 163 

O Jesus, Thou art standing 134 

O little town of Bethlehem 68 

O Lord of heaven and earth and sea . . . 225 

O Love Divine, that stooped to share. . 169 

O Love that wilt not let me go 148 

O Master, let me walk with Thee 210 

O mother dear, Jerusalem 246 

Once in royal David's city 70 

Once more the liberal year laughs out 264 

On our way rejoicing 52 

Onward, Christian soldiers 182 

Onward, Christian soldiers (Fuller) .... 280 

O Paradise, O Paradise 238 

O say, can you see by the dawn's 251 

O Thou, great Teacher, from the skies.. 221 

Our blest Redeemer, ere He breathed . . 45 

Our country's voice is pleading 236 

Out amid the waves of ocean 170 

O Word of God incarnate 46 

O Zion, haste 230 

Praise the Lord in song 24 

Praise ye the Father , 29 

Purer yet and purer 173 

Rejoice, ye pure in heart 28 

Rescue the perishing 219 

Ride on, ride on in majesty 94 

Ring out, O bells, in gladness 71 

Ring out the bells for Christmas 76 

Ring the joy-bells, Christ has risen .... 108 

Rock of ages, cleft for me 142 

Round the Lord in glory seated 3 

Saints of God, the dawn is brightening. 228 

Saviour, again to Thy dear name 55 

Saviour, hear us, we pray 145 

Saviour, like a shepherd lead us 120 

Saviour, teach me day by day 164 

Saviour, Thy dying love 162 

Saviour, while my heart is tender 132 



HYMN 

Saviour, who Thy life didst give 213 

Searcher of hearts, from mine erase. . . . 155 

Sing to the Lord a joyful song 16 

Sound the battle-cry 185 

Sowing in the morning. See Bringing 

in the sheaves 207 

Standing at the portal 257 

Stand up, stand up for Jesus 186 

Summer suns are glowing 265 

Sun of my soul 61 

Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we go 57 



Take my life, and let it be 

Ten thousand times ten thousand 

The beautiful bright sunshine 

The breaking waves dashed high 

The church's one foundation 

The corn is ripe for reaping 

The dawn of God's dear Sabbath 

The day of resurrection 

The first Noel 

The glory of the spring, how sweet .... 

The heavens declare Thy glory 

The joyful morn is breaking 

The King of love my Shepherd is 

The Lord be with us as we bend 

The Lord is my Shepherd 

The morning bright with rosy light .... 

The morning light is breaking 

The radiant sun declining 

There came a little child to earth 

There came three kings 

There is a green hill far away 

There is no name so sweet on earth. . . . 

There's a friend for little children 

There's a song in the air 

There's a wideness in God's mercy 

The sands of time are sinking 

The Son of God goes forth to war 

The Son of God goes forth to war 

(Whitney) 

The springtide hour 

They shall hunger no more 

Thine arm, O Lord, in days of old 

Thine holy day's returning 

This is the Sabbath day 

Thou art my Shepherd 

Thou didst leave Thy throne 

Thou didst leave Thy throne (Barnby) 
Though poor be the chamber , . . 



133 

243 

267 

253 

203 

263 

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104 

77 

269 

19 

75 

166 

56 

289 

32 

232 

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82 

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119 

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Through the night of doubt and sorrow 200 

Thy life was given for me 161 

Thy word is like a garden 51 

lis children's day 274 

To Thee, O Lord, our hearts we raise . . 260 

Up to me sweet childhood looketh 159 

Upward where the stars are burning. . . 245 



We are marching through the desert . . 199 

We give Thee but Thine own 226 

Welcome, happy morning 105 

We march, we march to victory 190 

We may not climb the heavenly steeps . 121 

We plough the fields, and scatter 259 

We thank Thee, Lord, for this fair ... 270 

We three kings of Orient are 81 



HYMN 

We've a story to tell to the nations 233 

What a friend we have in Jesus 114 

When His salvation bringing 93 

When morning gilds the skies 17 

When the Lord of love was here 88 

When this song of praise shall cease ... 58 

When Thy heart with joy o'erflowing. . 224 

When wild the night and dark 278 

When wilt Thou save the people 229 

Who is on the Lord's side 183 

With gladsome hearts we come 1 

With happy voices singing 8 

Work, for the night is coming 206 

Ye happy bells of Easter day 107 

Ye servants of God 7 

Yes, God is good in earth and sky .... 30 

Young souls so strong the race to run . . 198 

Your voices raise in songs of praise. . . . 284 



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HYMN 

All my heart this night rejoices 285 

An angel he floateth the heavens 292 

Behold, thy King draws near the city 279 

Child Jesus comes from heavenly height 283 

Faint not, fear not, God is near thee. . . 291 

From age to age they gather 275 

Hark, hark, my soul 282 

In heavenly love abiding 293 

Jerusalem the golden 277 

March on, march on, ye soldiers true. . 287 



HYMN 

O God of God, O Light of Light 286 

Onward, Christian soldiers 280 

The Lord is my Shepherd 289 

The Son of God goes forth to war 281 

They shall hunger no more 294 

This is the Sabbath day 290 

Thou didst leave Thy throne 288 

Though poor be the chamber 276 

When wild the night and dark 278 

Your voices raise in songs of praise .... 284 



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HYMN 

Abbott 116 

Adeste Fideles ... 36, 65 

Alford 243 

All Glory, Laud 92 

All Saints 181 

Almsgiving 225 

America 248 

America the Beauti- 
ful 247 

An Angel 292 

Ancient of Days ... 6 

Angelic Songs 282 

Angel's Story 163 

Angel Voices 4 

Armageddon 183 

Arthur's Seat 197 

Ascension 101 

Aurelia 140, 203 

Away in a Manger . . 72 

Aylston 44 

Battle Hymn of 

the Republic . . . 252 

Bay Ridge 58 

Beachley 160 

Beatitudo 56, 155 

Beechcroft 13 

Beecher 153 

Beech knowe 262 

Beech wood 33 

Beecroft 132 

Bells 76 

Benediction 55 

Berthold 8, 93 

Bethany (Smart) ... 67 

Bethanv 141 

Bethlehem 68 

Bissell 100 

Blessed Assurance . . 167 

Blumenthal 213 

Bonar 245 

Boylston 201 

Bradbury 120 

Bradford 214 

Bread of Life 149 

Brigade 181 

Bringing the Sheaves 207 

Brocklesbury 39 

Brookfield 90 

Bullinger 224 

Burlington 23 

Canon bury 30 

Carol 73 

Carter 22, 178 

Ceaseless Praise .... 133 

Chenies 19 

Children's Praises . . 244 

Christian Endeavor. 144 

Christian Soldiers . . 280 
Christmas 

(Matthews) 74 

Christmas 195 

Christmas Carol 283 

Christmas Morn .... 75 

Come unto Me 129 

Conqueror 241 

Consider the Lilies . . 266 

Constance 115 

Coronation 109 

Corwin 187 

Courage, Brother. . . 179 

Cross and Crown . . . 198 

Crusaders 281 

Crusaders' Hvmn . . 273 

Cutler, see All Saints 181 

Cutting 235 

Dare to be Brave 191 

Day of Rest 14 

Dedicatio Anni .... 256 



HYMN 

Deliverance 87 

Diademata 102 

Dix 21, 83 

Dominus Amoris ... 88 

Dominus Regit Me . 166 

Dresden 259 

Duke Street 254 

Easter Angels. .. 106 

Eden 162 

Edgbaston 122 

Elmhurst 220 

Elsa 124 

Ellsworth 216 

Emmelar 164 

Epiphany 82 

Erie 34, 114 

Ernan 211 

Eventide 53 

Ewing 242 

Faben 3 

Faint not, Fear not . 291 

Faith 221 

Falconer 161 

Farewell 63 

Farmer 263 

Father to Thee we 

Look 172 

Flemming 29 

Galilee 127 

Galilee (Sherwin) ... 89 

Glastonbury 147 

God will Take Care 

of you 117 

Golden Sheaves 260 

Gounod 64 

Greenhill 97 

Hankey 227 

Harvest 261 

Hawkins 275 

Haydn 5 

He Leadeth Me 123 

Hermas 103 

Heslington 119 

Holland 79 

Hollingside 143 

Holy Night 78 

Holy War 184 

Horbury 141 

Hosanna 274 

Hosanna We Sing . . 26 

Howlett 151 

HowStrongandSweet 229 

Hursley 61 

Hymn to Joy 25 

Ilfracomb 47 

Bona 217 

In Heavenly Love 

Abiding 293 

Innocents 40 

Irby 70 

Italian Hymn 9 

Jerusalem 279 

Jordan 16 

Just as I am 135 

Keats 272 

Kelso 18 

King Edward 175 

King of Glory 86 

Laban 176 

Lancashire 104 

Lanherne 215 

Last Hope 209 

Laudes Domini ,. . . 117 



hymn 

Laurie 171 

Lead Me 113 

Lead on 189 

Lebanon 137 

Liddon 286 

Litany 154 

Love's Offering 222 

Loving Friend 136 

Lucy 145 

Lux Benigna 112 

Lyndhurst 43 

Lyons 7 

Mainzer 270 

March On 287 

March Onward 196 

March to Victory . . 190 

Margaret 69 

Marion 28 

Martineau 188 

Martyn 143 

Mary Magdalene . . . 174 

Maryton 210 

Materna 246 

Meditation 96 

Melita 204 

Mendelssohn 66 

Message 233 

Messiah 129 

Mirfield 194 

Missionary Hymn . . 231 

Monkland 202 

Morning Star 81 

Munich 46 

National Hymn . . . 250 

Nazareth 276 

New Calabar 42 

New Year 255 

New Year (Mann). . 257 

Nicaea 2 

Olivet 168 

Paradise 238 

Pax Dei 12 

Peaceful Rest 54 

Penitence 173 

Penkivell 212 

Pentecost 192 

Petra 170 

Pilgrims . 237 

Pilot 118 

Pleyel's Hymn 10 

Plymouth 253 

Posen 150 

Praise the Lord .... 24 

Prayer, A 156 

Proclamation 230 

Quebec 169 

Rathbun 95 

Regent Square, 31, 80, 228 

Rescue the Perishing 219 

Ring the Joy Bells. 108 

Rotterdam 236 

Ruth 265 

Rutherford 240 

St. Agnes 91 

St. Alban 52 

St. Anne 37 

St. Asaph 200 

St. Bees 165 

St. Catharine 138 

St. Christopher .... 98 

St. Cuthbert 45 

St, Cyprian 49 

St. Drostane 94 

St. George's Bolton. 11 



hymn 
St. George's Windsor 258 

St. Gertrude 182 

St. Helen's 131 

St. Hilda 134 

St. Louis 68 

St. Margaret 148 

St. Matthias 57 

St. Raphael 41 

St. Silas 208 

St. Theresa Ill 

Saints' Days 218 

Salutas 35 

Samuel 157 

Sanctuary 205 

Sarum 239 

Sawley 223 

Schubert 15 

Schumann 226 

Seraph 51, 269 

Serenity 121 

Sicilian Mariners' 

Hymn 62 

Soho 32, 271 

Sound the Battle Cry 185 

Southwell 48 

Spring 268 

Star Spangled Ban- 
ner 251 

Stella (Parker) 285 

Stephanos 130 

Submission No. 2. . . 146 

Sunshine 267 

Swabia 128 

Sweet Story 85 

Teacher's Prayer, 

A 159 

The Best Book 50 

The Blessed Name . . 84 

The First Noel 77 

The Good Shepherd . 278 
The Living Way ... 152 
The Lord is my Shep- 
herd 289 

The Morning Star . . 81 
They Shall Hunger 

no More 294 

This is the Sabbath 

Day 290 

Thou art my Shep- 
herd 38 

To-day 158 

Toplady 142 

Trampleasure 60 

Twilight 59 

Unity 20 

University College. . 193 
Urbs Beata 277 

Valens 92 

Veni Domine Jesu . . 288 

Vigilate 177 

Vox Angelica 237 

Vox Salvatoris 126 

Waltham. . . 110, 234, 264 

Watchword 180 

We are Marching . . . 199 

Webb 186, 232 

Welcome 105 

Welcome (Field) ... 105 

Wentworth 27 

West wood 125 

Whiter than Snow. . 139 

Woods 71 

Woodworth 135 

Worgan 99 

Work Song 206 

Ye Happy Bells . . 107 
Your Voices Raise. . 284 



HYMNS OF 
WORSHIP AND SERVICE 

FOR THE SUNDAY-SCHOOL 



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2. God, who made the grass, The flower, the fruit, the tree, 

3. God, who made the sun, The moon, the stars, is He 

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Long ago the lilies faded 



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2. In the fields, and in the val - leys, By the streams we love so well, 

3. Long a - go in sa - cred si - lence Died the ac - cents of His prayer ; 

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4 Word of the ever-living God, 
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The wisdom it imparts ; 
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With simple, childlike hearts. 



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W. COWPER, I772 



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3. Book of hope ! the spir -it sigh -ing, Sweet - est com- fort finds in thee, 

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On our way rejoicing 

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I triumph still, if Thou abide with me. 



5 Hold Thou Thy cross before my closing eyes ; 

Shine through the gloom, and point me to the skies. 
Heaven's morning breaks, and earth's vain shadows flee 
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THE CLOSING OF WORSHIP 

God, that madest earth and heaven 54 

" PEACEFUL REST" 
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4. Grant us Thy peace thro' -out our earth-ly life, Our balm in sor - row, 




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His gift of peace up - on us send, Be - fore His courts we leave. 

In si - lent thought or friendly talk Our hearts be still with God. 

Be He of ev - 'ry heart the light, Of ev - 'ry home the guest. A - men. 



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2. The day is gone, its hours have run, And Thou hast tak - en count of all, 

3. For all we love, the poor, the sad, The sin - ful, un - to Thee we call ; 

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Good an - gels watch a - bout our home, And we are one day near -er Thee. 

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The radiant sun, declining 



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TRAMPLEASURE 




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3. Thou, who in hu - man fash - ion Didst ren - der up Thy breath, 

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God be with you 



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68 



O little town of Bethlehem 



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BETHLEHEM 



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Our Lord Emmanuel. 



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"ST. LOUIS" 



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"MARGARET" 
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71 



Ring out, O bells, in gladness 



Amy S. Woods 



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2. Bear, ye winds, the sto - ry, And tell it far and near; Our Day-star 

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The song we sing this morn— "To you in Da-vid's cit - y, A Saviour— Christ — is born." 
Are joined in love di - vine, By Him who in a sta - ble Is born of Da-vid's line. 






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THE SON OF GOD 

It came upon the midnight clear 



'CAROL' 



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3. ye, be -neath life's crush-ing load, Whose forms are bend-ing low, 

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Who toil a - long the climb - ing way With pain - ful steps and slow, 

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CHRISTMAS 



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3. Where'er His sweet lambs gather Within His gentle fold, The Saviour dear is wait-ing near, 

4. Then sing your gladsome carols, And hail the new-born Sun ; For Christmas light is passing bright, 

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The Fa-ther,on His sap-phire throne, Expects His own a- noint - ed Son. 

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He on - ly could un - lock the gate Of heav'n,and let us in. 

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Dark - ness to Him is the same as the light, He nev-er slum-bers and He never sleeps. 
Sending you blessings, and shielding from fear,Leading you on to the bright home above. Amen. 

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Bless -ed Je -sus, Bless- ed Je - sus, Ear-ly let us turn to Thee, 

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THE CHILDREN OF GOD 

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Jesus calls us, o'er the tumult 



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2. Je - sus calls us from the wor - ship Of the vain world's golden store, 

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Faith of our fathers, living still 



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THE CHILDREN OF GOD 

Nearer, my God, to Thee 



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Just and ho - ly is Thy name ; I am all un - right-eous - ness ; 

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THE CHILDREN OF GOD 

Saviour ! hear us, we pray 



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THE CHILDREN OF GOD 

Jesus, Holy Child Divine 

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Hear us, Holy Jesus. 

5 May we calmly suffer blame, 
Bear the cross, despise the shame, 
In Thy strength and in Thy Name. 

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Jesus, be Thou ever near ; 

Make us like Thee, Saviour dear ; 
Hear us, Holy Jesus. 

7 Bid us come at last to Thee, 
And for ever perfect be, 
When Thy glory we shall see 

Hear us, Holy Jesus. 



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2. Fa - ther, make us pure and ho - ly, Fa - ther, make us good ; 

3. Thro' the day, lov - ing Sav - iour, May we grow like Thee, 

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My years for Thee be spent, 

World-fetters all be riven, 
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Thou gavest Thyself for me ; 

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Saviour, Thy dying love 



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3. When drooping pleasure turns to grief, And trembling faith is changed to fear, 

4. On Thee we fling our bur-d'ning wee, O Love di - vine, for - ev - er dear, 
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The murm'ring wind ,the quiv'ring leaf, Shall softly tell us Thou art near. 
Con -tent to suf - fer,while we know, Liv - ing and dy - ing,Thou art near. 



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Samuel Longfellow, 1864 



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"COURAGE, BROTHER 



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2. Per - ish pol - i - cy and cun-ning, Per - ish all that fears the light, 

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H. S. Cutler, 1872 




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2. That mar - tyr first, whose ea - gle eye Could pierce be - yond the grave ; 

3. A no - ble band the cho - sen few, On whom the Spir - it came, 

4. A no - ble ar - my, men and boys, The ma - tron and the maid, 



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Who saw his Mas - ter in the sky, And called on Him to save ; 

Twelve val- iant saints, their hope they knew And mocked the torch of flame ; 

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Onward, Christian soldiers 



ST. GERTRUDE 



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2. Not for weight of glo - ry, Wot for crown and palm, En-ter we the ar - my, 

3. Je - sus,Thou hast bought us, Not with gold or gem, But with Thine own lifeblood, 

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Sound the battle cry 



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1. Sound the bat- tie cry, See ! the foe is nigh, Raise the standard high For the Lord ; 

2. Strong to meet the foe, Marching on we go, While our cause we know, Must prevail ; 

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Stand up, stand up for Jesus 



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2. Stand up, — stand up for Je - sus, The trum-pet call - bey; 

3. Stand up, — stand up for Je - sus, Stand in His strength a - lone; 

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2. He who, no an - ger on his tongue, Nor a - ny i - die boast, Bears 

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I92 Fight the good fight with all thy might 

"PENTECOST" 
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2. Run the straight race thro'God's good grace, Lift up thine eyes, and seek His 

3. Cast care a - side, lean on thy Guide ; His bound-less mer - cy will pro - 
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Trust,and thy trusting soul shall prove Christ is its life, and Christ its love. 
On - ly be-lieve, and thou shalt see That Christ is all in all to thee. 



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3. 'Tis God's all an - i - mat- ing voice That calls thee from on high; 

4. That prize with peer-less glo - ries bright, Which shall new lus -tre boast, 

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get the steps al-ready trod,And onward urge thy way, And onward urge thy way. 
His own hand presents the prize To thine uplifted eye, To thine up-lift- ed eye : 
victors' wreaths and monarchs' gems Shall blend in common dust, Shall blend in common dust, 
crown'd with vict'ry, at Thy feet I'll lay my honors down, I'll lay my honors down. A-men. 



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3. March on, soul,with strength, As strong the battle rolls ! 'Gainst lies and lusts and wrongs, Let 

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Where the One Al-might-y Fa-ther Reigns in love for ev-er-more. 
Then, the scat-t'ring of all shad-ows, And the end of toil and glCom. A- men. 

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Hark! the voice of Jesus 



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If you can -not cross the v - cean And the hea- then lands ex - plore, 

If you can - not speak like an - gels, If you can - not preach like Paul, 

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You can find the hea -then near- er, You can help them at your door; 

You can tell the love of Je - sus, You can say He died for all. 

While the souls of men are dy - ing, And the Mas-ter calls for you. 



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If you can - not rouse the wick - ed With the judg-ment's dread a - larms, 

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3. Teach me Thy pa-tience ; still with Thee In clos-er, dear-er com-pa-ny, 

4. In hope that sends a shin - ing ray Far down the fu-ture's broad'ning way, 

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In peace that on - ly Thou canst give,WithThee, Mas - ter, let me live. 



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May we, where help is need- ed, there Give help as un - to Thee. 



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4. Help us then, Lord, Thy yoke to wear, And joy to do Thy will ; 

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4. What-ev - er, Lord, we lend to Thee, Re- paid a thou-sand - fold will be; 




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3 . I love to tell the sto - ry ;'Tis pleasant to re - peat What seems, each time I tell it, 

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Of all our gold-en dreams. I love to tell the sto -ry, It did so much for me; 
More wonder-ful - ly sweet. I love to tell the sto - ry, For some have never heard 
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Saints of God ! the dawn is brightening 228 



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3. Give of thy sons to bear the mes-sage glo - rious ; Give of thy wealth to 
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speed them on their way ; Pour out thy soul for them in pray'r vie - to - rious ; 
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Christ for the world we sing 



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THE LIFE OF SERVICE 



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of the songs a - bove ; Till morning's joy shall end the night of weep - ing, 

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O Paradise, O Paradise 



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2. Thou wast their rock, their fort - ress and their might: Thou, Lord, their 

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6 The golden evening brightens in the west ; 
Soon, soon to faithful warriors cometh rest ; 
Sweet is the calm of Paradise the blest. Alleluia ! 



7 But lo ! there breaks a yet more glorious day ; 
The saints triumphant rise in bright array ; 

The King of glory passes on His way. Alleluia ! 

8 From earth's wide bounds, from ocean's farthest coast, 
Through gates of pearl streams in the countless host, 
Singing to Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, Alleluia. 



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THE CHILDREN OF GOD 

The sands of time are sinking 



RUTHERFORD 



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Chretien D'Urhan, 1834 
Har. E. F. Rimbault, 1867 




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2. Oh, Christ, He is the foun -tain, The deep, sweet well of love; 

3. With mer - cy and with judg - ment My web of time He wove, 

4. The bride eyes not her gar - ment, But her dear bridegroom's face ; 

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241 



C. Wordsworth, 1862 



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3. March-ing with Thy cross, their ban - ner, They have tri-umphed fol - 

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Jerusalem the golden 



Bernard of Cluny, 12th Cent. 
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2. They stand, those halls of Zi - on, All - ju - bi - lant with song, 

3. There is the throne of Da - vid, — And there, from care re - leased, 

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What ring - ing of a thou- sand harps Be -speaks the tri - umph nigh. 

What knit -ting sev - er'd friend-ships up, Where part -ings are no more. 

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Oh, day for which ere - a - tion And all its tribes were made ; 

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Show in the heav'ns Thy promised sign : Thou Prince and Sav- our,come. A -men. 



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Around the throne of God in heaven 

"CHILDREN'S PRAISES" 
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THE LIFE ETERNAL 



Upward where the stars are burning 245 



BONAR' 



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Son of Man, they crown, they crown Him, 
Son of God, they own, they own Him ; 
With His name the palace rings. 



5 Blessing, honor, without measure, 
Heavenly riches, earthly treasure, 

Lay we at His blessed feet ; 
Poor the praise that now we render, 
Loud shall be our voices yonder, 

When before His throne we meet. 



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246 



O Mother dear, Jerusalem 



«' MATERNA' 
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AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL' 



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3. Let mu-sic swell the breeze, And ring from all the trees Sweet freedom's song ; 

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God bless our native land 



AMERICA" 



God bless our native land, 
Firm may she ever stand, 

Through storm and night ; 
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Ruler of wind and wave, 
Do Thou our country save 

By Thy great might. 



For her our prayers shall rise 
To God, above the skies ; 

On Him we wait ; 
Thou who art ever nigh, 
Guarding with watchful eye, 
To Thee aloud we cry, 

God save the state. 

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Oh be swift, my soul, to answer Him, — be jubilant, my feet. 

Our God is marching on. — Ref. 

5 In the beauty of the lilies Christ was born across the sea, 
With a glory in His bosom that transfigures you and me : 
As He died to make men holy, let us die to make men free, 

While God is marching on. — Ref. 



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TIMES AND SEASONS 

The breaking waves dashed high 

OUTH " 

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2. Not as the con-queror comes, They, the true-heart-ed, came; Not 

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i. God, be-neath Thy guid-ing hand, Our ex-iled fa-thers cross'dthe sea; 

2. Thou heard'st,well pleas'd,the song, the pray'r : Thy blessing came ; and still its power 

3. Laws, free-dom, truth, and faith in God Came with those ex- iles o'er the waves: 

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And where their pilgrim feet have trod, The God they trusted guards their graves. 

Till these e - ter - nal hills re - move, And spring a-dorns the earth no more. A- men. 




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Come,with all Thine an -gels,come, Raise the glo - rious Har-vest-Home. A-men. 

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3. We bear the bur -den of the day, And of - ten toil seems drear - y; 

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Christ's golden sheaves for ev-er- more To gar-ners bright e - lect - ed. 
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2. Come join our glad pro-ces-sion, As on-ward still we move, Re - joic-ing in the to- kens 

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To all the list-'ning earth; May we grow up as branch-es, In Christ, the one True Vine, 

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The boun - ty - ver - runs our due,The full-ness shames our discon-tent. 
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Dark a-cross the sky, Then, the veil up - lift - ing, 
On our pil-grim way, Go Thou still be- fore us 



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Where His sons that do their du- ty, Af - ter man - y toils are blest ? 
Out of ev - 'ry tongue and nation Now have rest, and peace, and light. A - men. 

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3. Yet teach us still how far more fair,More glo-rious, Fa - ther, in Thy sight, 

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The hills that gird our dwellings round, As Thou dost gird Thine own with love. 

Is one pure deed, one ho - ly pray'r,One heart that owns Thy Spirit's might. 

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dark- some night be past ; Faith's jour-neys end in wel-come to the wea - 
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Copyright, 1908, by The Century Co. 



Hn&ex to Services 



A General Order of Service . 
Liturgical Forms and Prayers 
Service No. i. The Law of God . 
Service No. 2. The Good Shepherd . 
Service No. 3. A Service of Praise . 
Service No. 4. God's Care . 
Service No. 5. Our Pilgrimage 
Service No. 6. Beatitudes of the Kingdom- 
Service No. 7. Christian Warfare 
Service No. 8. A Missionary Service 
Service No. 9. A Christmas Service . 
Service No. 10. An Easter Service 
Service No. ii. A Thanksgiving Service . 
Service No. 12. A National Service . 



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H (Seneral ©rber of Service 



Gbe Service of TKIlorebip 

Bn Instrumental ipreluoe 

Opening Sentences (to be said or sung; see page 5) closing with 

Leader — O Lord, open Thou our lips. 

School — And our mouth shall show forth Thy praise. 
B fb^mn of iprafse 
Gbe invocation 

Zbe Xoro'S prater (to be said or sung; see page 6) 
B IbEtnn 
Zbe IReaofng of Scripture (responsively, if desired) 

Bn Bscrfptfon Of fl>rafse (see page 9. If Commandments are recited the proper 
responses will be found on page 7) 

Gbe iprager 

B IResponse (see page 10) 

Zbe IReception of tbe Offering 

Bn ©tfertorp. Sentence (see page 1 1) 

Bn flntermfssfon (for the taking of records) 

Gbe Service of Instruction 

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XTbe Geacbfng of tbe Xesson 

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Bn Booress to tbe Scbool 

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sight, Lord my | strength and | my re- | deemer. — Ps. xix. 14. 

4 send out Thy light and Thy truth that | they may | lead me || and bring me unto Thy 

^<?ly I hill and | to Thy | dwelling. — Ps. xliii. 3. 

5 This is the day which the | Lord hath | made || we will rejoice | and be | glad 

in I it. — Ps. cxviii. 24. 

6 I was glad when they said | un - to | me || Let us go into the | house — | of the | 

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I son. — Luke xv. 18, 19. 

8 From the rising of the sun even unto the going down | of the | same || My name shall 

be I great a- | mong the | Gentiles || and in every place incense shall be offered unto 
My Name and a | pure — | offering || for My Name shall be great among the heathen \ 
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I Thy kingdom come ; Thy will be done on | earth • as it | is in | heaven ; 

Give us this | day our | dai-ly | bread ; 

And forgive us our debts, as | we for- 1 give our | debtors ; 
( And lead us not into temytatzon, but de- | liv-er | us from | evil ; 
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I. — Thou shalt have no other gods before Me. 

II. — Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that 
is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth : 
thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them : for I the Lord thy God am a jeal- 
ous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth gene- 
ration of them that hate Me ; and showing mercy unto thousands of them that love Me, and 
keep My commandments. 

III. — Thou shalt not take the Name of the Lord thy God in vain ; for the Lord will not 
hold him guiltless that taketh His Name in vain. 

IV. — Remember the Sabbath-day, to keep it holy. Six days shalt thou labor, and do all 
thy work : but the seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord thy God ; in it thou shalt not do 
any work, thou, nor thy son, nor thy daughter, thy man-servant, nor thy maid-servant, nor 
thy cattle, nor thy stranger that is within thy gates ; for in six days the Lord made heaven 
and earth, the sea, and all that in them is, and rested the seventh day : wherefore the Lord 
blessed the Sabbath-day, and hallowed it. 

V. — Honor thy father and thy mother : that thy days may be long upon the land which 
the Lord thy God giveth thee. 

VI. — Thou shalt not kill. 

VII. — Thou shalt not commit adultery. 

VIII. — Thou shalt not steal. 

IX. — Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor. 

X. — Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife, 
nor his man-servant, nor his maid-servant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any thing that is thy 
neighbor's. 

Hear also what our Lord Jesus Christ saith ■ Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all 
thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great com- 
mandment. And the second is like unto it : Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself. On 
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T BELIEVE in God the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth : 
* And in Jesus Christ His only Son our Lord ; who was conceived by the Holy Ghost ; born 
of the Virgin Mary ; suffered under Pontius Pilate ; was crucified, dead, and buried ; He de- 
scended into hell ; the third day He rose again from the dead ; He ascended into heaven ; and 
sitteth on the right hand of God the Father Almighty ; from thence He shall come to judge the 
quick and the dead. 

I believe in the Holy Ghost ; the Holy Catholic Church ; the Communion of Saints ; the 
Forgiveness of sins ; the Resurrection of the body ; and the Life everlasting. Amen. 

Zbe Beatitu&es 

Leader — Blessed are the poor in spirit: 
School— Yqx theirs is the kingdom of heaven. 
Blessed are they that mourn • 

For they shall be comforted. 
Blessed are the meek : 

For they shall inherit the earth. 
Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: 

For they shall be filled. 
Blessed are the merciful : 

For they shall obtain mercy. 
Blessed are the pure in heart: 

For they shall see God. 
Blessed are the peacemakers : 

For they shall b called the children of God. 
Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness' sake: 

For theirs is the kingdom of heaven. 
Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner 
of evil against you falsely, for my sake. 

Rejoice, and be exceeding glad ; for great is your reward in heaven : for so persecuted 
they the prophets which were before you. 



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Leader — The Lord is my shepherd : 

School — I shall not want. 

He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: 

He leadeth me beside the still waters. 
He restoreth my soul: 

He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for His name's sake. 
Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: 

For Thou art with me ; Thy rod and Thy staff they comfort me. 
Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies : 

Thou anointest my head with oil ; my cup runneth over. 
Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: 

And I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever. 



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a (Seneral Confession 

ALMIGHTY and most merciful Father ; We 
have erred, and strayed from thy ways 
like lost sheep. We have followed too much 
the devices and desires of our own hearts. We 
have offended against thy holy laws. We 
have left undone those things which we ought 
to have done ; And we have done those things 
which we ought not to have done ; And there 
is no health in us. But thou, Lord, have 
mercy upon us, miserable offenders. Spare 
thou those, God, who confess their faults. 
Restore thou those who are penitent ; Accord- 
ing to thy promises declared unto mankind in 
Christ Jesus our Lord. And grant, most 
merciful Father, for his sake ; That we may 
hereafter live a godly, righteous, and sober 
life, To the glory of thy holy Name. Amen. 



21 prater of St. Cbrgsostom 

ALMIGHTY God, who hast given us grace at 
this time with one accord to make our 
common supplications unto thee; and dost 
promise that when two or three are gathered 
together in thy Name thou wilt grant their re- 
quests ; Fulfil now, Lord, the desires and 
petitions of thy servants, as may be most ex- 
pedient for them ; granting us in this world 
knowledge of thy truth, and in the world to 
come life everlasting. Amen. 



OGOD, who hast prepared for those who 
love thee such good things as pass man's 
understanding ; Pour into our hearts such love 
toward thee, that we, loving thee above all 
things, may obtain thy promises, which ex- 
ceed all that we can desire; through Jesus 
Christ our Lord. Amen. 



OGOD, the strength of all those who put 
their trust in thee ; Mercifully accept our 
prayers : and because through the weakness 
of our mortal nature, we can do no good thing 
without thee, grant us the help of thy grace, 
that in keeping thy commandments we may 
please thee, both in will and deed ; through 
Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. 



OGOD, who knowest us to be set in the 
midst of so many and great dangers, that 
by reason of the frailty of our nature we can- 
not always stand upright; Grant to us such 
strength and protection, as may support us in 
all dangers, and carry us through all tempta- 
tions ; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. 



B General GbanRSQivfng 

ALMIGHTY God, Father of all mercies, we, 
thine unworthy servants, do give thee 
most humble and hearty thanks for all thy 
goodness and loving-kindness to us, and to all 
men. We bless thee for our creation, preserva- 
tion, and all the blessings of this life; but 
above all, for thine inestimable love in the re- 
demption of the world by our Lord Jesus 
Christ; for the means of grace, and for the 
hope of glory. And, we beseech thee, give us 
that due sense of all thy mercies, that our 
hearts may be unfeignedly thankful, and that 
we show forth thy praise, not only with our 
lips, but in our lives; by giving up ourselves 
to thy service, and by walking before thee iD 
holiness and righteousness all our days ; 
through Jesus Christ our Lord, to whom, 
with thee and the Holy Ghost, be all honor 
and glory, world without end. Amen. 



& Collect for ipeace 

OGOD, from whom all holy desires, all 
good counsels, and all just works do pro- 
ceed ; Give unto thy servants that peace which 
the world cannot give ; that our hearts may be 
set to obey thy commandments, and also that 
by thee, we, being defended from the fear of 
our enemies, may pass our time in rest and 
quietness ; through the merits of Jesus Christ 
our Saviour. Amen. 



H Collect for ©race 

OLORD, our heavenly Father, Almighty 
and everlasting God, who hast safely 
brought us to the beginning of this day ; De- 
fend us in the same with thy mighty power; 
and grant that this day we fall into no sin, 
neither run into any kind of danger ; but that 
all our doings, being ordered by thy govern- 
ance, may be righteous in thy sight ; through 
Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. 

ALMIGHTY God, unto whom all hearts are 
open, all desires known, and from whom 
no secrets are hid ; Cleanse the thoughts of our 
hearts by the inspiration of thy Holy Spirit, 
that we may perfectly love thee, and worthily 
magnify thy holy Name ; through Christ our 
Lord. Amen. 

GRANT to us, Lord, we beseech thee, the 
spirit to think and do always such things 
as are right ; that we, who cannot do any 
thing that is good without thee, may by thee 
be enabled to live according to thy will; 
through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. 



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SERVICE NO. I 



Zbc Xaw of (Soft 



preluoe 

©pening Sentences 

Zbe Xoro's prater 

D^mn IFlo. 154. 5esus, Dolp. Gbilo 
Divine 

Gbe IReaolng of tbe Xaw 

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XLbc Decalogue IResponse 

•fcpjnn IFlo. 127. 3esus calls us, o'er tbe 
tumult 

•Responsive IReaoing 

Doing tbe TKHill of <3oo 

Leader — The law of the Lord is per- 
fect, restoring the soul: 

School — The testimony of the Lord 
is sure, making wise the simple. 
The precepts of the Lord are right 
rejoicing the heart: 
The commandment of the Lord is 
pure, enlightening the eyes. 
Moreover by them is thy servant 
warned ; 

In keeping them there is great re- 
ward. 
To obey is better than sacrifice, and 
to hearken than the fat of rams. 
Thy will be done, as in heaven, so 
in earth. 
Little children, let us not love in word, 
neither with the tongue; but in deed 
and truth. 

Teach me to do thy will; 
For thou art my God: 
Thy Spirit is good; 
Lead me in the paths of upright- 
ness. 



Owe no man anything, save to love 
one another; for he that loveth his 
neighbor hath fulfilled the law. 

msmn 1Ro. 22. Da^ b£ cap. we mag* 
nffp. tbee 

IResponsive IReaoing 

Cbe IRewaro of ©beofence 

Leader — If thou wilt enter into life 
keep the commandments. 

School — He that keepeth the com- 
mandments keepeth his own soul. 

He that doeth the will of God abideth 
forever. 

Every one therefore that heareth 
these words of mine, and doeth 
them, shall be likened unto a wise 
man, who built his house upon the 
rock; and the rain descended, and 
the floods came, and the wind blew, 
and beat upon that house; and it 
fell not: for it was founded upon 
the rock. 

Be thou faithful unto death and I 
will give thee the crown of life. 

If any man serve me let him follow 
me, and where I am there also shall 
my servant be; if any man serve 
me him will my Father honor. 

IbEmn iRo. 163. © 3esus, H bave pro* 
miseD 

prater 

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Zbe (Soofc Sbepberfc 



Ipreluoe 

©petting Sentences 

ffttvocation 

Zbc Xoro's prater 

•Responsive TReaoing 

Leader — O Zion, that bringest good 
tidings, get thee up into the high 
mountains; 

School — Jerusalem, that bringest 
good tidings, lift up thy voice with 
strength ; 

Lift it up, be not afraid; say unto the 
cities of Judah, behold your God. 

Behold, the Lord God will come 
with strong hand, and his arm 
shall rule for him. Behold, his 
reward is with him, and his work 
before him. 

He shall feed his flock like a shep- 
herd; 

He shall gather the lambs with his 
arms, and carry them in his bosom. 

IbEtnn IRo. 120. Saviour, like a sbep* 
bero leao us 

Gbe Sbepbero psalm (Page 8) 

tt>Etnn 1fto. 38. Gbou art mv. Sbepbero 

Leader — As a shepherd seeketh out 
his flock in the day that he is among 
his sheep that are scattered; so will I 
seek out my sheep, and will deliver 
them out of all the places where they 



have been scattered in the cloudy and 
dark day. 

School — He shall feed his flock 
like a shepherd ; he shall gather the 
lambs with his arms, and carry 
them in his bosom. 

All we like sheep have gone astray; 
we have turned every one to his own 
way; and the Lord hath laid on him 
the iniquity of us all„ 

I am the good shepherd; the good 
shepherd giveth his life for the 
sheep. 

Other sheep I have which are not of 
this fold; them also must I bring, 
and they shall hear my voice; and 
there shall be one fold and one 
shepherd. 

When he putteth forth his own 
sheep, he goeth before them, and 
the sheep follow him, for they 
know his voice. 

Ye were as sheep going astray; but 
are now returned unto the Shepherd 
and Bishop of your souls* 

When the Chief Shepherd shall 
appear, ye shall receive a crown of 
glory that fadeth not away. 

Ibgmn 1fto. 137. H was a wanoering 
sbeep 

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H Service of praise 



preluoe 

©pening Sentences 
Invocation 
'Responsive IReaoing 

jubilate Deo 
Leader — O be joyful in the Lord, all 
ye lands : serve the Lord with gladness, 
and come before his presence with a 
song. 

School — Be ye sure that the Lord 
he is God; it is he that hath made 
us, and not we ourselves ; we are his 
people, and the sheep of his pas- 
ture. 
O go your way into his gates with 
thanksgiving, and into his courts with 
praise; be thankful unto him, and 
speak good of his Name. 

For the Lord is gracious, his meixy 
is everlasting; and his truth en- 
dureth from generation to gener- 
ation. 

<3lorfa patrf 

Ib^mn mo. 24. praise tbe Xoro in 

song 
IResponsive IReaoing 

Leader — It is of the Lord's mercies 

that we are not consumed, because 

his compassions fail not. 

They are new every morning: great 

is thy faithfulness. 

School — Thou makest the outgo- 
ings of the morning and evening to 
rejoiceo 



It is a good thing to give thanks unto 
the Lord, and to sing praises unto thy 
name, O Most High: 
To shew forth thy loving kindness in 
the morning, and thy faithfulness, 
every night. 

My voice shalt thou hear in the 
morning, Lord ; in the morning 
will I direct my prayer unto thee, 
and will look up. 

Ibgmn Wo. 18. JEvety morning mercies 

new 
IResponsive IReaoing 

Leader — For all temporal blessings 
let us lift our hearts in praise. 

School — The Lord is good to all : 
and his tender mercies are over 
all his works. 

All thy works shall praise thee, O 

Lord; and thy saints shall bless thee. 

The Lord upholdeth all that fall, 

and raiseth up all those that be 

bowed down. 

The eyes of all wait upon thee; and 
thou givest them their meat in due 
season. 

Thou openest thine hand, and satis- 
fiest the desire of every living 
thing. 

The Lord is righteous in all his ways, 

and holy in all his works. 

The Lord is nigh unto all them 
that call upon him, to all that call 
upon him in truth. 



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He will fulfil the desire of them that 
fear him: he also will hear their cry, 
and will save them. 

My mouth shall speak the praise of 
the Lord: and let all flesh bless his 
holy name for ever and ever. 

•fc^mn 1Wo. 27. rt&E ®oo H tbanft Cbee 

•Responsive TReaoing 

Leader — ■ For all spiritual blessings 
let us lift our hearts in praise. 

School — Thanks be to God who 
giveth us the victory through our 
Lord Jesus Christ. 

Unto him that loved us, and washed 
us from our sins in his own blood. 
And hath made us kings and priests 
unto God and his Father; 

To him be glory and dominion for 
ever and ever. Amen. 

Blessed be the God and Father of our 
Lord Jesus Christ, who according to 
his abundant mercy hath begotten us 
again unto a living hope by the resur- 
rection of Jesus Christ from the dead. 

To an inheritance incorruptible, and 
undefiled, and that fadeth not away, 
reserved in heaven for you, who are 
kept by the power of God through 
faith unto salvation ready to be 
revealed in the last time. 

Now unto him that is able to do 
exceeding abundantly above all that 
we ask or think, according to the 
power that worketh in us. 



Unto him be glory in the church 
by Christ Jesus throughout all ages, 
world without end. Amen. 

Ibgmn K\o. 25. praise mp. soul tbe 
Mng of Ibeaven 

IResponslve IReaoing 

Leader — That we may bear our 
testimony and serve in praising, let 
us lift our hearts in praise to God. 

School — Whoso offereth praise glo- 
rifieth me: 

magnify the Lord with me, and let 
us exalt his name together. 

Saying, I will declare thy name 
unto my brethren, in the midst of 
the church will I sing praise unto 
thee. 

And let the peace of God rule in 
your hearts, to the which also ye 
are called in one body; and be ye 
thankful. 

Let the word of Christ dwell in you 
richly in all wisdom; teaching and 
admonishing one another in psalms 
and hymns and spiritual songs, 
singing with grace in your hearts 
to the Lord. 

1 will praise thee, O Lord, among 
the people: I will sing unto thee 
among the nations. 

Ibpmn IRo. 7. J2e servants of <3o£ 
pour master proclaim 

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SERVICE NO. 4 



©cto's Care 



prelude 

©pentng Sentences 

invocation 

Gbe Xoro's prager 

"Reaofng 

Confession of {Trust in tbe 
Deavenlv. ffatber 

School — I will lift up mine eyes unto 

the hills: 
From whence cometh my help ? 
My help cometh from the Lord, 
Who made heaven and earth. 
He will not suffer thy foot to be moved : 
He that keepeth thee will not slumber. 
Behold, he that keepeth Israel will 

neither slumber nor sleep. 
The Lord is thy keeper: 
The Lord is thy shade upon thy right 

hand. 
The sun shall not smite thee by day, 
Nor the moon by night. 
The Lord will keep thee from all evil; 
He will keep thy soul. 
The Lord will keep thy going out and 

thy coming in 
From this time forth and forevermore. 

1>smn Ho. 6. ancient of oass, wbo 
fittest tbroneo in glorv. 

•Responsive TReaoing 

2ln Brample of (Soo's Care 

Leader — And Jacob went out from 
Beersheba, and went toward Haran. 



School — And he lighted upon a 
certain place, and tarried there all 
night because the sun was set ; and 
he took one of the stones of the 
place and put it under his head, 
and lay down in that place to sleep. 

In peace will I both lay me down and 
sleep; for thou, Lord, alone makest 
me to dwell in safety. 

Blessed are all they that put their 
trust in him. 

f)Btnn Ho. 141. Hearer, mp. ®oo, to 
Gbee 

Though like a wanderer, 

The sun gone down, 
Darkness be over me, 

My rest a stone; 
Yet in my dreams I'd be 
Nearer, my God, to thee, 
Nearer, my God, to thee, 

Nearer to thee. 

IResponsive "Reading 

Leader — And he dreamed and behold 
a ladder set up on the earth, and the 
top of it reached to heaven; and 
behold, the angels of God ascending 
and descending on it. 

School — And behold, the Lord 
stood above it and said, I am the 
Lord God of Abraham, thy father, 
and the God of Isaac. Behold, I 
am with thee, and will keep thee 
in all places whither thou goest. 



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Singing 

There let the way appear 

Steps unto heaven; 
All that thou sendest me, 

In mercy given; 
Angels to beckon me 
Nearer, my God, to thee, 
Nearer, my God, to thee, 

Nearer to thee. 

"Responsive IReaofng 

<5oo's Care for Sli 

Leader — Behold the fowls of the air: 
for they sow not, neither do they 
reap, nor gather into barns; yet your 
heavenly Father feedeth them. Are 
ye not much better than they ? 

School — Which of you by taking 
thought can add one cubit unto 
his stature? 

And why take ye thought for raiment ? 
Consider the lilies of the field, how 
they grow; they toil not, neither do 
they spin: 



And yet I say unto you, That even 
Solomon in all his glory was not 
arrayed like one of these. 

Wherefore, if God so clothe the grass 
of the field, which today is, and to- 
morrow is cast into the oven, shall 
he not much more clothe you, O ye of 
little faith? 

Therefore take no thought, saying, 
What shall we eat ? or, What shall 
we drink? or, Wherewithal shall 
we be clothed ? 

(For after all these things do the 
Gentiles seek:) for your heavenly 
Father knoweth that ye have need of 
all these things. 

But seek ye first the kingdom of 
God, and his righteousness; and all 
these things shall be added unto 
you. 

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SERVICE NO. $ 

IPreluoe 

©pening Sentences 

Invocation 

Ebe Xoro's prater 

1>gmn Wo. 28. IRejoice, pe pure In 
heart 

IResponsive IReaoing 

Gbe pilgrimage through 
tbe 2>esert 

Leader — Marvelous things did he in 
the sight of their fathers, in the land 
of Egypt, in the field of Zoan. 

School — He clave the sea, and 
caused them to pass through; and 
he made the waters to stand as a 
heap. 

In the day-time also he led them with 
a cloud, and all the night with a light 
of fire. 

He clave the rocks in the wilder- 
ness, and gave them drink abun- 
dantly as out of the depths. 

He rained down manna upon them to 
eat, and gave them food from heaven. 
He rained flesh upon them as the dust, 
and winged birds as the sand of the 
sea. 

How oft did they rebel against him 
in the wilderness, and grieve him 
in the desert. 

But he led them safely so that they 
were not afraid; he brought them 



©ur pilgrimage 



unto his holy border, to this moun- 
tain land, which his right hand had 
gotten. 

For this God is our God for ever 
and ever : he will be our guide even 
unto death. 



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"Responsive IReaoing 

£be pilgrimage tbrougb 
tbe IMorlo 

Leader — Having confessed that they 
were pilgrims and strangers on the 
earth, they desire a better country, 
that is, a heavenly. 

School — Wherefore God is not 
ashamed of them to be called their 
God ; for he hath prepared for them 
a city, 

Ibgmn mo. 237. Ibarft ! barft, mp. soul 

Hark, hark, my soul! angelic songs 

are swelling, 
O'er earth's green fields and ocean's 

wave-beat shore; 
How sweet the truth those blessed 

strains are telling 
Of that new life when sin shall be no 
more. 

Angels of Jesus, angels of light, 
Singing to welcome the pilgrims 
of the night. 



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TCesponsfve IReaDtag 

Leader — And he led them forth by 
the right way, that they might go to a 
city of habitation. 
School — Through the tender mercy 
of our God; whereby the day- 
spring from on high hath visited 
us. 
To give light to them that sit in dark- 
ness and in the shadow of death, to 
guide our feet into the way of peace. 

Singing 

Onward we go, for still we hear them 

singing, 
Come, weary souls, for Jesus bids you 

come; 
And through the dark, its echoes 

sweetly ringing, 
The music of the gospel leads us 

home. Chorus: 

Leader — Search me, O God, and 

know my heart: try me, and know my 

thoughts: 

School — And see if there be any 

wicked way in me, and lead me in 

the way everlasting. 

Singing 

Far, far away, like bells at evening 

pealing, 
The voice of Jesus sounds o'er land 

and sea. 



And laden souls by thousands meekly 

stealing, 
Kind Shepherd, turn their weary 
steps to thee. Chorus: 

Leader — Give ear, O Shepherd of 
Israel, thou that leadest Joseph like 
a flock. 

School — Thou shalt guide me with 
thy counsel, and afterward receive 
me to glory. 

Singing 

Angels, sing on, your faithful watches 

keeping, 
Sing us sweet fragments of the songs 

above; 
Till morning's joy shall end the night 

of weeping, 
And life's long shadows break in 

cloudless love. Chorus: 

Leader — They shall hunger no more, 
neither thirst any more; neither shall 
the sun beat upon them, nor any 
heat; 

School — For the Lamb that is in 
the midst of the throne shall be 
their Shepherd, and guide them to 
fountains of living water. 

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service no. 6 Beatitudes of tbe Ikingbom 



preluDe 

©penfng Sentences 

Invocation, B Collect for peace 

O God, from whom all holy desires, 
all good counsels, and all just works 
do proceed; give unto thy servants 
that peace which the world cannot 
give; that our hearts may be set 
to obey thy commandments, and 
also that by thee, we, being de- 
fended from the fear of our ene- 
mies, may pass our time in rest and 
quietness; through the merits of 
Jesus Christ our Savior. Amen. 

Gbe Xoro's iprager 

B IResponse 

IResponsfve TReaOlng 

Cbe Ibappfnees of DlctorE ©ver Sin 

Leader — Blessed is the man that 

walketh not in the counsel of the 

wicked, 

Nor standeth in the way of sinners, 

Nor sitteth in the seat of scoffers. 

School — Blessed is the man unto 
whom the Lord imputeth not in- 
iquity, 

And in whose spirit there is no 
guile. 

Blessed is the man that endureth 
temptation; for when he hath been 
approved, he shall receive the crown 
of life which the Lord promised to 
them that love him. 



Gbe Dappiness of a Xffe of Gtust 

Whoso trusteth in the Lord, happy is 
he. 

Blessed is the man that maketh the 

Lord his trust. 
Happy is he that hath the God of 
Jacob for his help, 
Whose hope is in the Lord his God. 

Ibgrnn mo. 36. 1bow firm a foundation 
IResponsive IReaofng 

Gbe ttappfnees of Imowleoge 

Leader — Happy is the man that 
findeth wisdom, 

School — And the man that getteth 

understanding. 
For the gaining of it is better than 
the gaining of silver, 

And the profit thereof than fine 

gold. 
Her ways are ways of pleasantness, 

And all her paths are peace. 
She is a tree of life to them that lay 
hold upon her, 

And happy is every one that re- 

taineth her. 

Gbe Ibappfness of Ibelpfulness 

Blessed is he that considereth the 

poor: 

The Lord will deliver him in the day 

of evil. 

The Lord will preserve him and keep 

him alive, 

And he shall be blessed upon the 

earth. 



Beatftufces of tbe Iktn^om 



•fc^mn Ho. 217. © brotber man folo to 
tbs beart 

"Responsive "Reading 

Gbe happiness ot Jftoelftp. 

Leader — He that keepeth the law, 
happy is he. 

School — Blessed is every one that 

feareth the Lord, 

That walketh in his ways. 

Take ye heed, watch and pray: for 
the Son of Man is as a man taking a 
far journey, who left his house and 
gave authority to his servants and to 
every man his work. 

Blessed are those servants whom 
the Lord when he cometh shall find 
watching. And if he shall come in 
the second watch, or come in the 
third watch, and find them so, 
blessed are those servants. 

Be ye therefore ready also: for the 
Son of Man cometh at an hour when 
ye think not. 

Behold, I come quickly; and my 
reward is with me to render to each 
man according as his work is. 

"fcEtnn Ho. 198. l^oung souls so strong 
tbe race to run 



"Responsive "Reading 

Gbe Sources ot "fcapptness according 
to Sesus 

Leader — Blessed are the poor in 
spirit, 

School — For theirs is the kingdom 
of heaven. 

Blessed are they that mourn, 
For they shall be comforted. 

Blessed are the meek, 

For they shall inherit the earth. 

Blessed are they which do hunger and 
thirst after righteousness, 

For they shall be filled. 
Blessed are the merciful, 

For they shall obtain mercy. 
Blessed are the pure in heart, 

For they shall see God. 
Blessed are the peacemakers, 

For they shall be called the children 

of God. 

Blessed are they which are perse- 
cuted for righteousness' sake, 

For theirs is the kingdom of heaven. 

t>Bmn Ho. 129. Come unto me se 
wears 

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SERVICE NO. 7 



Christian Wlarfare 



Iprelufce 

©pening Sentences 

invocation 

Gbe Xoro's prater 

Gbe Brmp. 

Ib'gmn 1Flo. 182. ©nwaro, Christian 
Soloiers 

IResponsfve IReaofncj 

Gbe ^equipment 

Leader — Finally, my brethren, be 
strong in the Lord,, and in the power 
of his might. Put on the whole 
armour of God, that ye may be able 
to stand against the wiles of the devil. 

School — For we wrestle not against 
flesh and blood, but against prin- 
cipalities, against powers, against 
the rulers of the darkness of this 
world, against spiritual wickedness 
in high places. 

Wherefore take unto you the whole 
armour of God, that ye may be able 
to withstand in the evil day, and 
having done all, to stand. 

Stand therefore, having your loins 
girt about with truth, and having 
on the breastplate of righteousness : 
and your feet shod with the prepar- 
ation of the gospel of peace ; 

Above all, taking the shield of faith, 
wherewith ye shall be able to quench 
all the fiery darts of the wicked. 



And take the helmet of salvation, 
and the sword of the Spirit, which is 
the word of God. 

Praying always with all prayer and 
supplication in the Spirit, and watch- 
ing thereunto with all perseverance 
and supplication for all saints. 

The Lord is my light and my sal- 
vation; whom shall I fear? The 
Lord is the strength of my life; of 
whom shall I be afraid? Though 
an host should encamp against me, 
my heart shall not fear; though 
war rise against me, even then will 
I be confident. 

Be strong and of good courage, fear 
not nor be affrighted; for the Lord 
thy God, he it is that doth go with 
thee; he will not fail thee, nor forsake 
thee. 



1b£mn iRo. 177. 

repose 



Christian, seek not get 



IResponsfve IReaoing 

XLbc Conflict 

Leader — Follow after righteousness, 
godliness, faith, love, patience, meek- 
ness. 

School — Fight the good fight of 
faith. Lay hold on eternal life, 
whereunto thou art also called, and 
hast professed a good profession 
before many witnesses. 



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25 



What are the orders of our Captain ? 

Suffer hardship with me, as a good 
soldier of Jesus Christ. Watch ye, 
stand fast in the faith, quit you 
like men, be strong. That which 
ye have, hold fast till I come. 

1b£mn IKo. 181. Gbe Son ot <3oo qocb 
tortb to war 

The son of God goes forth to war, 

A kingly crown to gain; 
His blood-red banner streams afar: 

Who follows in his train ? 
Who best can drink his cup of woe, 

Triumphant over pain, 
Who patient bears his cross below, 

He follows in his train. 

Leader — What is the reward of the 
soldier ? 

School — I have fought the good 
fight, I have finished the course, I 
have kept the faith; henceforth 



there is laid up for me a crown of 
righteousness which the Lord, the 
righteous judge, shall give to me at 
that day. 

BiriQinQ 

A noble army, men and boys, 

The matron and the maid, 
Around the throne of God rejoice, 

In robes of light arrayed; 
They climbed the steep ascent to 
heaven 

Through peril, toil and pain; 
O God, to us may grace be given 

To follow in their train. 

Leader — Thou hast given a banner 
to them that fear Thee, that it may be 
displayed because of the truth. 

Ibgmn mo. 234. aflfng out tbe bannei 

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SERVICE NO. 8 



H flDissfonars Service 



preluoe 

©pening Sentences 

Leader — God be merciful unto us, 
and bless us; 

School — And cause his face to 
shine upon us. 

That thy way may be known upon 
earth. 

Thy saving health among all nations. 

Let the people praise thee, O God. 
Let all the people praise thee e 

O let the nations be glad and sing for 
joy: 

For thou shalt judge the people 
righteously, 

And govern the nations upon earth. 

Invocation 

Gbe Xoro's prater 

•Responsive IReaofng 

Gbe Commission 

Leader — For whosoever shall call 
upon the name of the Lord shall be 
saved. 

School — How then shall they call 
upon Him in whom they have not 
believed ? How shall they believe in 
Him of whom they have not heard ? 
And how shall they hear without a 
preacher? And how shall they 
preach except they be sent ? 



Lift up your eyes and look on the 
fields, for they are ripe already to 
harvest. 

The harvest truly is plenteous, but 
the laborers are few ; Pray ye there- 
fore the Lord of the harvest, that he 
will send forth laborers unto his 
harvest. 

For the Son of man is come to seek 
and to save that which was lost. And 
other sheep I have, which are not of 
this fold : them also I must bring, and 
they shall hear my voice; and there 
shall be one fold, and one shepherd. 

Go ye therefore, and teach all 
nations, baptizing them in the 
name of the Father, and of the 
Son, and of the Holy Ghost : teach- 
ing them to observe all things 
whatsoever I have commanded you. 

And lo, I am with you always, even 
unto the end of the world. Amen. 

f)Emn Ho. 205. f>arfc, tbe voice ot 
Sesus calling 

•Responsive *Reaoing 

Gbe ^Response 
TKHoros ot (Sreat Missionaries 

Leader — " Woe is me if I preach not 
the gospel."— (St. Paul.) 

School — "If you want to serve 
your race go where no one else will 
go, and do what no one else will 
do." — (Mary Lyon.) 



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27 



" I cannot, I dare not, go up to 
judgment till I have done the ut- 
most God enables me to do to diffuse 
his glory through the world." — 
(Asabel Grant.) 

" My Jesus, my King, my Life, my 
All, I again dedicate myself to thee." 
— (David Livingstone.) 

11 Expect great things from God, 
attempt great things for God." — 
(William Carey.) 

" The prospect is as bright as the 
promises of God." — (Adoniram 
Judson.) 

" Prayer and pains through faith in 
Jesus Christ will do anything." — 
(John Eliot.) 

•fcgmn Ho. 230. Q £fon baste 

"Responsive "Reaofng 

B (Sarnereo Sbeaf 

Leader — What has one century 
wrought ? 

School — " At the close of the 
eighteenth century almost the entire 
world outside of Christendom was 
closed to missionary effort." — 

(James S. Dennis.) 

At the beginning of the twentieth cen- 
tury there are " nearly 6,ooo prin- 
cipal mission stations where mission- 
aries now reside, and over 22,000 out- 
stations. Maps of all parts of the 
world are required to represent the 
location of these stations. At these 
centers, and from them as bases, over 
16,000 missionaries are working and 
directing a campaign, the influences 



of which penetrate the heart of the 
great masses of the non-Christian 
peoples. About 1,500,000 are now 
gathered into the Christian churches." 
— (John R. Mott.) 

" The great need of missions in this 
age is a revival, in the hearts of the 
Church, of that large and noble 
passion which may be called the 
patriotism of Christ's kingdom. 
This will draw the most generous 
and heroic minds into an adventure 
which promises the most splendid 
success within the range of human 
expectation." — (Henry van Dyke.) 

f>Emn IRo. 229. TMlben wilt Gbou save 
tbe people? 

•Responsive "ReaDing 

Cbe Vision 

Leader — For as the rain cometh 
down, and the snow from heaven, and 
returneth not thither, but watereth 
the earth, and maketh it bring forth 
and bud, that it may give seed to the 
sower, and bread to the eater: 

School — So shall my word be that 
goeth forth out of my mouth: it 
shall not return unto me void, but 
it shall accomplish that which I 
please, and it shall prosper in the 
thing whereto I sent it. 

All the kings of the earth shall praise 
thee, O Lord, when they hear the 
words of thy mouth. Yea, they 
shall sing in the ways of the Lord : for 
great is the glory of the Lord. 

And they shall not teach every man 
his neighbour, and every man his 



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brother, saying, Know the Lord : for 
all shall know me, from the least to 
the greatest. For I will be merciful 
to their unrighteousness, and their 
sins and their iniquities will I re- 
member no more. 

For the earth shall be filled with the 
knowledge of the glory of the Lord, as 
the waters cover the sea. 

I saw in the night visions, and, 
behold, one like the Son of man 
came with the clouds of heaven, 
and came to the Ancient of days, 
and they brought him near before 
him. 

And there was given him dominion, 
and glory, and a kingdom, that all 
people, nations, and languages, should 
serve him: his dominion is an ever- 
lasting dominion, which shall not pass 
away, and his kingdom that which 
shall not be destroyed 

That at the name of Jesus every 
knee should bow, of things in 
heaven, and things in earth, and 
things under the earth. 



And I beheld, and I heard the voice 
of many angels round about the 
throne, and the living creatures, and 
the elders: and the number of them 
was ten thousand times ten thousand, 
and thousands of thousands; saying 
with a loud voice, 

Worthy is the Lamb that was slain 
to receive power, and riches, and 
wisdom, and strength, and honour, 
and glory, and blessing. 

And every creature which is in heaven, 
and on the earth, and under the earth, 
and such as are in the sea, and all 
that are in them, heard I saying, 

Blessing, and honour, and glory, and 
power, be unto him that sitteth upon 
the throne, and unto the Lamb for 
ever and ever. 

•fcgmn 1Ro. 243. XLcn tbousanfc times 
ten tbousano 

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SERVICE NO. 9 



H Cbristmae Service 



preluoe 

©pening Sentences 

Invocation 

fjgmn Bo. 65. © come, all ge fattbtul 

"Responsive IReaoing 

Gbe d&agntficat 

Leader — And Mary said, My soul 
doth magnify the Lord. 

School — And my spirit hath re- 
joiced in God my Saviour. 

For he hath regarded the low estate 
of his handmaiden: 

For, behold, from henceforth all gen- 
erations shall call me blessed. 

For he that is mighty hath done to me 
great things; and holy is his name. 

And his mercy is on them that 
fear him from generation to gen- 
eration. 

He hath shewed strength with his 
arm; he hath scattered the proud in 
the imagination of their hearts. 

He hath put down the mighty from 
their seats, and exalted them of low 
degree. 

He hath filled the hungry with good 
things; and the rich he hath sent 
empty away. 

He hath holpen his servant Israel, 
in remembrance of his mercy ; 



As he spake to our fathers, to Abra- 
ham, and to his seed forever. 

fj^mn Bo. 69. £bou oiost leave tbv. 
tbrone 

TReaoing 

Gbe Bngels ano tbe SbepberOs 

The School — And there were shep- 
herds in the same country abiding 
in the field, and keeping watch by 
night over their flock. And an 
angel of the Lord stood by them, 
and the glory of the Lord shone 
round about them: and they were 
sore afraid. And the angel said 
unto them, Be not afraid; for be- 
hold, I bring you good tidings of 
great joy which shall be to all the 
people: for there is born to you 
this day in the city of David a 
Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. 
And this is the sign unto you; Ye 
shall find a babe wrapped in swad- 
dling clothes, and lying in a manger. 
And suddenly there was with the 
angel a multitude of the heavenly 
host praising God, and saying, 
Glory to God in the highest, and on 
earth peace, good will toward men. 

Ibvjnn "Wo. 66. *fcarR, tbe beralo angels 
sing 

IReaoing 

&n ©lo Testament Dision tfulfilleo 

The School — For unto us a child 
is born, unto us a son is given : and 



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the government shall be upon his 
shoulder: and his name shall be 
called Wonderful, Counsellor, The 
mighty God, The everlasting Father, 
The Prince of Peace. Of the in- 
crease of his government there 
shall be no end, upon the throne of 
David, and upon his kingdom, to 
order it, and to establish it with 
• judgment and with justice from 
henceforth even for ever. 

t>Bmn Ho. 79. Gbere's a song in tbe 
air 

"Responsive "Reading 

Gbe TMtee dfcen and tbe Stat 

Leader — Now when Jesus was born 
in Bethlehem of Judaea in the days 
of Herod the king, behold, wise men 
from the east came to Jerusalem, 
saying, 

School — Where is he that is born 
King of the Jews? for we saw his 
star in the east, and are come to 
worship him. 

And they, having heard the king, 
went their way; and lo, the star, 
which they saw in the east, went 
before them, till it came and stood 
over where the young child was. 

And when they saw the star, they 
rejoiced with exceeding great joy. 

And they came into the house and 
saw the young child with Mary his 
mother; and they fell down and wor- 
shipped him; and opening their treas- 
ures they offered unto him gifts, gold 
and frankincense and myrrh. 

t>Etnn H*o. 82. Cbere came tbree Rings 



•Responsive *Reaoing 

Leader — In the beginning was the 
Word, and the Word was with God, 
and the Word was God. 

School — The same was in the 
beginning with God. All things 
were made by him; and without 
him was not anything made that 
was made. 

In him was life; and the life was the 
light of men. 



f)pjnn Wo. 6S, 
lebem 



© little town ot JSSetb* 



O little town of Bethlehem, 

How still we see thee lie! 
Above thy deep and dreamless sleep, 

The silent stars go by; 
Yet in thy dark streets shineth 

The everlasting Light; 
The hopes and fears of all the years 

Are met in thee to-night. 

•Responsive "Reaoing 

Leader — He was in the world, and 
the world was made by him, and the 
world knew him not. 

School — He came unto his own, 
and his own received him not. 

But as many as received him, to them 
gave he power to become the sons of 
God, even to them that believe on his 
name. 

Singing 

How silently, how silently, 
The wondrous gift is given! 

So God imparts to human hearts 
The blessings of His Heaven. 



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No ear may hear His coming; 

But in this world of sin, 
Where meek souls will receive Him 
still, 

The dear Christ enters in. 

•Responsive IReaoing 

Leader — Thanks be to God for his 
unspeakable gift. 

School — Therefore if any man be 
in Christ, he is a new creature: old 
things are passed away; behold, all 
things are become new. 

And now, little children, abide in 
him; that, when he shall appear, we 



may have confidence, and not be 
ashamed before him at his coming. 

Singing 

O holy Child of Bethlehem! 

Descend to us, we pray, 
Cast out our sin and enter in, 

Be born in us to-day. 
We hear the Christmas angels, 

The great glad tidings tell, 
O, come to us, abide with us, 

Our Lord Emmanuel ! 

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32 



SERVICE NO. io 



Hn Easter Service 



preluoe 

©pentng Sentences 
Leader — The Lord is risen ! 
School — The Lord is risen indeed ! 

•Reading 

All — When thou hadst overcome 

the sharpness of death, thou didst 

open the Kingdom of Heaven to 

all believers. 

Thou sittest at the right hand of 

God, in the Glory of the Father. 

We believe that thou shalt come 

to be our Judge. 

We therefore pray thee, help thy 

servants, whom thou hast redeemed 

with thy precious blood. 

Make them to be numbered with 

thy Saints, in glory everlasting. 



1b^mn IFto. 100. 
risen to*Dag 



Cbrtst tbe Xorfc is 



TResponstve IReaofng 

Gbe Storg 

Leader — And when the sabbath was 
past, Mary Magdalene, and Mary the 
mother of James, and Salome, had 
brought sweet spices, that they might 
come and anoint him. 

School — And very early in the 
morning, the first day of the week, 
they came unto the sepulchre at the 
rising of the sun. 



And they said among themselves, 
Who shall roll us away the stone from 
the door of the sepulchre? 

And when they looked, they saw 
that the stone was rolled away : for 
it was very great. And entering into 
the sepulchre, they saw a young man 
sitting on the right side, clothed in a 
long white garment ; and they were 
affrighted. 

And he saith unto them, Be not 
affrighted: ye seek Jesus of Nazareth, 
which was crucified: he is risen; he 
is not here: behold the place where 
they laid him. But go your way, tell 
his disciples and Peter that he goeth 
before you into Galilee: there shall 
ye see him, as he said unto you. 

Ibgmn mo. 106. <So& batb sent bis 

angels 
TResponsive IReaDing 

Gbe Dope 

Leader — But now is Christ risen 
from the dead, and become the first- 
fruits of them that slept. 

School — For since by man came 
death, by man came also the resur- 
rection of the dead. For as in 
Adam all die, even so in Christ shall 
all be made alive. 

For if we believe that Jesus died and 
rose again, even so them also which 
sleep in Jesus will God bring with 
him. 



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33 



As is the earthy, such are they also 
that are earthy: and as is the 
heavenly, such are they also that 
are heavenly. And as we have 
borne the image of the earthy, we 
shall also bear the image of the 
heavenly„ 

All — But thanks be to God, which 
giveth us the victory through our 
Lord Jesus Christ. 

Ibgmn 1Ko. 239. ffor all the saints who 
from tbetr labors rest* 

TResponsive IReaoing 

£be ffncentfve 

Leader — If ye then be risen with 
Christ, seek those things which are 
above, where Christ sitteth on the 



right hand of God. Set your affec- 
tion on things above, not on things on 
the earth. For ye are dead, and your 
life is hid with Christ in God. When 
Christ, who is our life, shall appear, 
then shall ye also appear with him in 
glory. 

School — That I may know him, 
and the power of his resurrection, 
and the fellowship of his sufferings, 
being made conformable unto his 
death; If by any means I might 
attain unto the resurrection of the 
dead. 

Ib^mn Ifto. 104. Zbc oa£ of resurrec* 
tfon 

£be jpraser 

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SERVICE NO. ii 

preluoe 

©penfng Sentences 

Invocation 

Gbe Xoro's prager 

fj^mn mo. 264. ©nee more tbe liberal 
gear laugbs out 

IResponsive IReaDing 

Leader — The earth is the Lord's and 
the fullness thereof, the world and they 
that dwell therein. 

School — For he hath founded it 
upon the seas, and established it 
upon the floods. 

The Lord our God, he is God of gods, 
the Lord of Lords, the great God, the 
mighty and the terrible. 

He is wise in heart, and mighty in 
strength, who alone stretcheth out 
the heavens, and treadeth upon the 
waves of the sea; 

Who doeth great things past rinding 
out, yea, marvelous things without 
number; 

In whose hand is the soul of every 
living thing, and the breath of all 
mankind. 

He discovereth deep things out of 
darkness, and bringeth out to light 
the shadow of death. 

He laid the foundations of the 
earth, that it should not be moved 
forever. 



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He sendeth forth springs into the 
valleys, he watereth the mountains 
from his chambers. 

He causeth the grass to grow for 
the cattle, and herb for the service 
of men. 

He appointeth the moon for seasons; 
the sun knoweth his going down. 

The voice of the Lord is powerful, 
the voice of the Lord is full of 
majesty; in his temple everything 
saith, glory! 

f>Etnn IRo. 258. Come, se tbanfcful 
people, come 

IResponsive "ReaDing 

Leader — O give thanks unto the 
Lord: sing unto him, sing praises 
unto him. 

School — For the precious fruits 
brought forth by the sun, and for 
the precious things put forth by the 
moon. 

And for the chief things of the ancient 
mountains, and for the precious things 
of the everlasting hills, and for the 
precious things of the earth and its 
fullness. 

Let everything that hath breath 
praise the Lord ; praise ye the Lord. 

t>Emn 1*0. 21. jfor tbe beauty of tbe 
eartb 



H CbanfcsQiring Service 3fi 

Hesponsirc "Reading the name of a righteous man shall 

L*Kkr - They that sow in tears shall receive a ^eous man's reward. 

reap in joy. He that goeth forth Lcada — And whosoever shall give 

and weepeth, bearing precious seed drink ante dog ::' these little ones 2 

shall doubdess come again with re- cup of cold water only in the nine of 

v:::ing. Lri-ging his shelves whh 1 disciple, verily I 5.1 y ur:: y:u. he 

him. shall Li r: — ise i:se his reward. 



5,-; : ._-.-;— He that receiveth a prophet t>rmn ttc. 215. XctS cf tbc linn* 

in the name of a prophet shall re- barrcrt 

ceive a prophet's reward: and he p:.v:c: 

that receiveth a righteous man in - bc ^cccpncn c: tbc attains 



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SERVICE NO. 12 



H IRational Service 



prelude 

©penfng Sentences 

Unvocation 

Gbe Xoro's prater 

IResponsive IReaDmg 

Gbanftsgiving to tbe (Soo of our ff atbers 

Leader — O God, we have heard with 

our ears; our fathers have told us, 

what work thou didst in their days, in 

the days of old. 

School — Marvelous things did he 
in the sight of their fathers, when 
they were but few in number. 

He led forth his own people like sheep, 

and guided them in the wilderness like 

a flock. 

He increased his people greatly, 

and made them stronger than their 

adversaries. 

O Lord God of our fathers, prepare 
our hearts unto thee, to keep thy com- 
mandments, thy testimonies, and thy 
statutes, throughout all generations. 
Blessed be the Lord, the God of our 
fathers, from everlasting even to 
everlasting. And let all the people 
say, Amen. Praise ye the Lord. 

^Forefathers' 1fo£mn. mo. 250. <3oo 
ot our fatbers, wbose almfgbt^ banD 

(standing) 

Gbe H>0almfst'0 {Testimony 

Leader — If it had not been the Lord 
who was on our side, when men rose 
up against us; then they had swallowed 



us up alive, when their wrath was 

kindled against us. 
Our help is in the name of the Lord, 
who made heaven and earth. 

Blessed is the nation whose God is 
the Lord; and the people whom he 
hath chosen for his own inheritance. 

Righteousness exalteth a nation; 

but sin is a reproach to any people. 

Happy is that people whose God is 

the Lord. 

1bEmn IRo. 252. ^Battle Ib^mn of tbe 
IRepublfc 

Mine eyes have seen the glory of the 

coming of the Lord : 
He is trampling out the vintage where 

the grapes of wrath are stored; 
He hath loosed the fateful lightning of 

his terrible swift sword. 
His truth is marching on. 

Chorus — Glory, glory hallelujah. 

ITCloros of benjamin ffranfclm 

The School — I have lived, sir, a 
long time; and the longer I live, 
the more convincing proofs I see 
of this truth, — that God governs 
in the affairs of men. And if a 
sparrow cannot fall to the ground 
without his notice, is it possible that 
an empire can rise without his aid? 
We have been assured, sir, in the 
sacred writings that — " Except the 
Lord build the house, they labor in 
vain that build it." I firmly be- 
lieve this. 



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Sfngfng 

I have seen him in the watch-fires of 
a hundred circling camps; 

They have builded him an altar in the 
evening dews and damps; 

I can read his righteous sentence by 
the dim and flaring lamps. 

His day is marching on. — Chorus : 

Ipleoge of Xo^altE 

Leader — " Our country does not ask 
us to die for her only, she asks us to 
live and so to act that her government 
may be pure, her officers honest, and 
every corner of her territory a place 
fit to grow the best men and women 
who shall rule over her." 

School — " God hath made of one 
blood all nations of men, and we 
are his children, brothers and sisters 
all. We are citizens of these United 
States and we believe our flag 
stands for self-sacrifice for the 
good of the people." 

Singing 

In the beauty of the lilies Christ was 
born across the seas; 

With a glory in his bosom that trans- 
figures you and me: 

As he died to make men holy, let us 
die to make men free: 

While God is marching on. — Chorus: 

Xfncoln's Speech at (SettESburg 

Leader — Fourscore and seven years 
ago our fathers brought forth upon 
this continent a new nation, conceived 
in liberty, and dedicated to the propo- 
sition that all men are created equal. 
School — Now we are engaged in a 
great civil war, testing whether that 
nation, or any nation so conceived 
and so dedicated, can long endure. 



We are met on a great battlefiela of 
that war. We have come to dedicate 
a portion of that field as a final resting 
place for those who here gave their 
lives that that nation might live. 

It is altogether fitting and proper 
that we should do this. But in a 
larger sense ; we cannot dedicate, we 
cannot consecrate, we cannot hallow 
this ground. 

The brave men, living and dead, who 
struggled here, have consecrated it 
far above our poor power to add or 
detract. 

The world will little note nor long 
remember what we say here, but it 
can never forget what they did here. 

It is for us, the living, rather, to be 
dedicated here to the unfinished work 
which they who fought here have thus 
far so nobly advanced. 

It is rather for us to be here dedi- 
cated to the great task remaining 
before us: that from these honored 
dead we take increased devotion to 
that cause for which they gave the 
last full measure of devotion : 

All — That we here highly resolve 
that these dead shall not have died 
in vain ; that this nation, under God, 
shall have a new birth of freedom; 
and that government of the people, 
by the people, for the people, shall 
not perish from the earth. 
Ibgmn 1Ro. 247. America tbe beautiful 

prater 

Gbe IReceptfon of tbe Offering